Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor

From Eipix Entertainment, makers of Dead Reckoning: Silvermoon Isle and the Final Cut series! On the eve of his annual murder mystery party, wealthy businessman Reginald Greer is found dead at his home. You've been called to Brassfield Manor to solve the case… but it won't be easy. There are plenty of clues and suspects to keep you guessing who killed Reginald Greer. Was it his spoiled daughter? His jealous son? His disgruntled business partner? It could be any one of the guests who arrived for a game... and stayed for a murder. Use a unique deduction feature to question characters and examine evidence in this intriguing Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure whodunit game!

I can't wait to see what happens next! How do I do this??? The storyline was great where you play the detective of a murder mystery in a gigantic mansion. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by canadiangirl94 from Another great detective game After your success with the Veronica West investigation, you are called in to help solve the murder of Reginald Greer a wealthy business man who had invited his closest family members and friends for a murder whodunit party. In all It gives you a good sense of your progress and ties the story together nicely. The HOS are also interactive I really enjoyed the fishtank and deliver crisp pictures and fun clues. I can't comment on the music as I opted to play without the music and glad I did. If only they made it a bit more challenging, this game would've been truly outstanding. I think that this is my first of this series and I will be buying more of these in the future. Storyline is great. Eipix is quality games and this is certainly up to their standard. There's a card theme, with hearts and clubs everywhere, as well as the masks you can find for an added challenge. Enjoyed playing.


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Q: What is your strategy? Hope there will be a sale soon. Definitely a buy for me. Not the same old mini games that you typically search in these mini games!!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by canadiangirl94 from Another great detective game After your success with the Veronica West investigation, you are called in to help solve the murder of Reginald Greer a wealthy business man who had invited his closest family Bubble Zoo 2 and friends for a murder whodunit party. Wealthy investment banker Reginald Greer has been found dead at his home on the eve of his annual Dolphin Dice Slots mystery party. I can't wait to see what happens next! Who benefited most by Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor Reginald Greer dead? Most of the items Wispa Forest inventory get used up quickly which I like rather than holding onto them Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor long, you forget completely what's going on for those who have to interrupt their game playing often. The storyline was great where you play the detective of a murder mystery in a gigantic mansion. I love to have good info on a story and I love the way info is laid here. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Beeblebrox from The Butler in the Library with the Candlestick I played the SE on expert and completed it in about 5 hours. Watch Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor video. It would've been great if at least the game would let you connect your evidence to the different suspects on your own, or put together the items about which you want to ask a specific suspect.

Overall a very enjoyable escape from reality. I was actually trying yo solve the mystery. It's right up there with 'City of Fools' as one of my favorites! Highly suggest. There's lots of play you get your money's worth but events chug along nicely. Little did he know that instead of just playing the victim, he is the victim. Try it, you won't be sorry. But as we have come to expect from the series, this game is no ordinary. This game had a great storyline. Hints were excellent. Loved the art deco graphics,the fun mini mini games and the HO that were really unusual, like the puzzles within them. The hidden object scenes were wonderful, too Awesome scenery, plenty to discover, nice range of puzzles. But not here. As a detective, it's your job to come into a manor where, ironically, the corpse was about to host a murder mystery party and investigate the REAL murder.

In all Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by NewReviews Barssfield Fabulous! Just a tiny bit slow on changing the scenes. Thoroughly enjoyed them. So, it is a bit of a shame that it isn't a little bit more challenging. This game is fabulous! The hidden object scenes were wonderful, too Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cejene from Great Game Great murder mystery story. If I got confused on something like who is whoI didn't have to go far to Royal Mahjong: Kings Journey out. Finding the HOs was different, the mini games and puzzles along the way were very inventive Mwnor fun but do-able. Good job!!! Great mystery game! Paid for the full ver even, and satisfied about it. Storyline was logical and a fun "who done it" mystery party! Playing Sparkle Unleashed, as a result, is like being inside a noir film, except you get to interact with the scenes.


Hope there will be a sale soon. But as we have come to expect from the series, this game is no ordinary. Cons - The puzzles were a little on the easy side but I loved how they were uniform with the story. For the adventure part of the game you mostly look for things to do in a room, then look for the things you need to do them with, without requiring too much thought oh, a bird-shaped gap, what might go in there?! Not only that, the actual gameplay involves clever camera angles that add to the eerie atmosphere. Great mystery game! Definitely a buy for me. Was it the shady business partner, or a jealous family member? I especially loved the ambient sounds of the environment -- very relaxing to listen to the rain and the crackling of a warm fire. There is just the right amount of them but if for some reason you don't feel like doing another one you can play a bubble game instead - which I haven't done, so I can't comment on that. Hints were excellent. I loved the usual amazing graphics, the custom mode, the interactive map, as well as the interrogations are they lying? DR: Brassfield Manor does a lot of things right.

Watch Dead Reckoning 2. This game is fabulous! We were thrilled by the twisted plot Brassfield Manor introduced, and were captivated by the clever storytelling and the highly-personalized characters we got to meet. Interesting story line, good music and sounds, professional voice-overs, beautiful graphics. You have a map, too. Hints were excellent. As a detective, it's your job to come into a manor where, ironically, the corpse was about to host a murder mystery party and investigate the REAL murder. Enjoyed it thoroughly. Despite all the little flaws here and there, the presentation is simply mind-blowing. Hats off to you; keep up the great work!! Highly suggest. Enjoyed playing. Rated 5 out of 5 by saleka from I felt like Columbo! Advanced players would easily find their way through the game, completing mundane tasks and running between the rooms. Who benefited most by seeing Reginald Greer dead?

5 thoughts on “Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor

  1. Interesting story line, good music and sounds, professional voice-overs, beautiful graphics. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by canadiangirl94 from Another great detective game After your success with the Veronica West investigation, you are called in to help solve the murder of Reginald Greer a wealthy business man who had invited his closest family members and friends for a murder whodunit party. I can't comment on the music as I opted to play without the music and glad I did. I'm really enjoying this mini game!

  2. Really awesome mini game with a gorgeous story, good graphics and mini mini games that are difficult enough to hold it interesting. You have a map, too. Was it the shady business partner, or a jealous family member? HO or Bubble Shooter was a nice option. Just difficult enough to be interesting.

  3. Awesome scenery, plenty to discover, nice range of puzzles. Overall a great game that shows how diverse and interesting the HOG genre can be. I loved interviewing the suspects, but the game doesn't let you choose what piece of evidence you ask them about, instead, it shows you a little icon of the item you need to find and click to ask the next question.

  4. Brassfield Manor Walkthrough video. I loved interviewing the suspects, but the game doesn't let you choose what piece of evidence you ask them about, instead, it shows you a little icon of the item you need to find and click to ask the next question. I'm really enjoying this mini game! It gives you a good sense of your progress and ties the story together nicely. This is the kind of HO and detective skills game I love.

  5. The detective work! Mini games were well executed, I even enjoyed a few Great mystery game! I'm really enjoying this mini game!

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